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How to Conjugate Verbs in the Spanish Preterite (Past Tense)

Spanish past tense conjugation is necessary for describing situations and events that have already happened. Once you learn these conjugations, you'll be able to talk about so much more with friends and family! Next, we're going to take your verb conjugation skills to an even higher level. This involves learning Spanish past tense conjugation, so that you aren’t restricted to only describing actions in the present tense. How to Conjugate Verbs in the Spanish Preterite It's important … Read More

How to Conjugate Verbs in the Spanish Preterite (Past Tense)
Spanish past tense conjugation is necessary for describing situations and events that have already happened. Once you learn these conjugations, you'll be able to talk about so much more with friends and family! Next, we're going to take your verb conjugation skills to an even higher level. This involves learning Spanish past tense conjugation, so that you aren’t restricted to only describing actions in the present tense. How to Conjugate Verbs in the Spanish Preterite It's important
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